YouTube has signed deals with Sony Pictures, CBS (parent company of CNET News), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Lionsgate, Starz, and the BBC. The deal is part of a new offering on the site for US users.
There’s a new channel for this content. Simply go to YouTube and look for the new “Shows” tab in the navigational menu. If you’re logged in, you’ll notice another new tab for “Subscriptions.”
The “Subscriptions” tab will be rolled out internationally in the coming weeks.
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